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24/01/2013 at 18:44
24/01/2013 at 19:06
hi nicola.. you have every right to worry about telling your mum.. i'am 18 and found out i was 7 weeks at the begining of december, i am 18weeks now.. i found out due to a scan i had and my mum went with me (not a baby scan at all :/) but i'am really glad she came with me cause it saved me from telling her after getting over it myself.. best thing to do is just come out and say it, she will be more proud and happy that you didnt keep it from her.. good luck for telling her, hope everything goes ok for you and bump to be
24/01/2013 at 22:15
24/01/2013 at 22:25
i aint even preggers yet an im already dreading telling my dad an mum when i do catch.. im 20 nearly 21 (my partner is 25 nearly 26) an i dont wanna disappoint them but its what me an my partner want now.. i jus keep thinking well atleast im not my dads first daughter to tell him shes pregnant.. im his oldest but my younger sister who was 18 got pregnant first , shes 19 now an had my nephew .. dad seems ok with it all now bu jus thinking what itll all b like wen i catch an tell them... good luck nicola xx
25/01/2013 at 12:33
thank you nicola How did it go?
25/01/2013 at 13:58
02/05/2013 at 09:01
02/05/2013 at 16:55
I'd go in positive, with a big smile on your face, and say "guess what, you're going to be a grandma!". If you are positive and upbeat, it leaves her less room to be judgemental and unhappy. Also, keep talking about how exciting it is, and how nervous you are, and how much you are looking forward to it, but you will need her help and advice. The more you talk, the more time she has to process it. And the more positive things you say will have an effect on her too. Then (if you can) start her talking about you (and your brothers and sisters) when you were a baby, that will keep her in nurturing mode, and she will want to take care of you again.
If you have a hang-dog expression, like you have something to apologise for, or be ashamned about, it will trigger her to give out to you more.
Trust me, she'll be fine. My brother got his girlfriend pregnant when they were both 17 with a boy, and again at 18 with a girl. Both sets of parents freaked both times for about a week, and then they were happy.
Babies always bring people together, even if it doesn't seem that way at first.
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